The winningest coach in Loyola women's soccer history, Eitz led his 2003 squad to the program's first Horizon League Championship and first-ever trip to the NCAA Tournament. That season, Loyola capped a Cinderella run through the Horizon League Tournament, becoming the first-ever No. 7 seed to claim the postseason title. Winning the championship at Loyola Soccer Park with a thrilling 1-0 victory over Detroit made it more enjoyable. Along the way, the Ramblers equaled a then-school record by posting seven shutouts en route to a then-school-record 10 victories. Eitz coached three of his players to All-Horizon League honors in 2003. Eitz's charges used the tournament title as a building block, posting their first winning season in 2004 by recording a 9-7-4 mark before bowing out in the Horizon League semifinals on penalty kicks against top-seeded Milwaukee.
Success for Eitz and the Loyola women's soccer program was plentiful both on and off the field. Under Eitz's guidance on the field, 19 Ramblers earned all-conference accolades and 14 Loyola players earned all-newcomer team honors, including the 2003 Horizon League Newcomer of the Year. In the classroom, 11 student-athletes were selected to the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll in 2002 for having cumulative grade point averages of at least 3.25 and the 2003 squad posted the highest GPA (3.28) of any women's team at Loyola during the 2003-04 academic year.
Playing Experience: As a student-athlete, Eitz excelled both as a soccer player and as a member of the track team at Loyola. Playing at center back and forward, he scored nine goals and dished out three assists for 21 career points. He earned a bachelor's degree in history from Loyola in 1995. Eitz played his youth soccer for the Arlington Aces.
Personal: He resides in Arlington Heights with his wife Tory and their daughters, Ellie and Nora
Christian Ministries - Youth Ministry
06-’08 Trinity International University
Spr ’06 Milan Futebol Clube - Brazil
Fall ’05 Hope International University
‘02-’03 Imperio Toledo Futebol Clube – Brazil
‘01-’02 University of South Carolina-Aiken
2001 Tamandaré Esporte Clube
‘99-’00 Coritiba Football Club – Brazil
‘96-’98 AABB Futsal – Brazil
Favorite Sports Teams:
McHenry County College
Praire Ridge High School
Favorite Sports Team:
Blue Stars Soccer Club-New York (semi-pro) Blackhawks Soccer Club-Trinidad & Tobago Splitfire-Trinidad & Tobago
Texaco Sports Club-Trinidad & Tobago WestHam-Trinidad & Tobago
St. Benedicts College-Trinidad & Tobago
Silver medalist in the Pan American Game representing Trinidad & Tobago
Favorite Sports Team:
USSF "D" Coaching License
PCA "Double Goal Coach" Certified
Harper Junior College
University of Illinois at Chicago
“Coaching provides me with the opportunity to teach life lesson that players can apply on and off the pitch. This sport has provided me with amazing memories and valuable skills that will continue to grow throughout my coaching career.”
Harper College – Captain, 1st Team All-Regional
Grove United Soccer Association
Adlai E. Stevenson High School-All-Conference
Favorite Sports Team:
FC Barcelona, Chelsea F.C., Chicago Bulls
He is the only registered full-body certified provider of Active Release Techniques (ART) in Arlington Heights, IL, a member of the Illinois Chiropractic Society, the Christian Chiropractors Association, the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce, the Palatine Chamber of Commerce.
He had research in the field of sports-related concussions published in the December 2013 issue of the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, a special issue dedicated to concussions.
He received his Bachelor of Arts in Biology in 2008 from Trinity International University in Deerfield, IL. He also attended Taylor University for the first half of his undergraduate studies in Upland, Indiana.
As an athlete, Dr. Porcher was an All-American in Track & Field at Taylor for the 4x400m relay, and was a varsity letterman in football at both Taylor and Trinity. He also played varsity baseball at Trinity.
He currently practices at his clinic, Foundation Sport & Spine, in downtown Arlington Heights, and also works with the track and field teams at Prospect High School and Fremd High School, as well as with the football and wrestling teams at Fremd HS.